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 Rome Total War Imperial Campaign

Rome Total War Imperial Campaign

Parthian campaign FAQ

written by: BHoang  (Parthian_Horn)


0 - Changelog 

1 - Author note

2 - Views

  2.1 - Geographical
  2.2 - Surroundings
  2.3 - Military
      2.3.1 - Parthian Troops
      2.3.2 - Hirelings
3 - Building Parthian empire

  3.1 - Survival
      3.1.1 - Diplomacy
      3.1.2 - Economy
      3.1.3 - Expansion
  3.2 - Divide and conquer
      3.2.1 - The road to Rome
      3.2.2 - Bribery
      3.2.3 - Subterfuge 
  3.3 - Management tips
4 - Parthian battle styles and tips
  4.1 - Diversion tactic
  4.2 - Battering ram tactic
  4.3 - Close quarter tactic
5 - Credits

6 - Legal

7 - Contact info

0 - Changelog
This version is 1.1 with the following changes:
- The changelog existence itself
- Changed quite a bit the author note
- Fixed some grammar mistakes and lining
- Added Management tips section.
- Minor modifications on sections

1 - Author note
I write this FAQ mainly because I have not seen one here and maybe some of you
are struggling with Parthian Imperial Campaign.Though it is already 2009, I 
still write this FAQ regardless people might call me an out-dated noob or 40 
years old virgin(I just do not care). I like this game and I just want to 
contribute something to Total War community. Another reason is that I feel the
same with players who get uneasy when they cannot finish the campaign of the
game that they love.

This guide is considered incomplete for the time being because I want to wait 
for everyone's comments, contributions etc.

English is not my first language so there will be parts that you may not 
understand or confuse. Feel free to email me for clarifications. This is my 
very first FAQ and most of the things included in here are collected by my own
playing experiences(I hope it pays off for wasting so may hours of my life 
lol) if you find some of my informations within other FAQs, please do not 
judge me as a cheater :(

PS: This FAQ is for players who know their way around Rome TW and can apply 
for very hard difficulty. Others who barely know can still get ideas from it.

Please keep in mind that all battle styles are primarily applied for campaign 
fights with AI only, not REAL players.

2 - Views
  2.1) Geographical
Your empire starts off on the far east of the map (or at the end of the world
to be precise game-wise). Your beginning settlements will be: Arsakia, Campus
Sakae, Arsakia and Susa. 3 settlements of yours control a large region so you
can hire more mercenaries since their spawning rate is higher than other tiny
little regions. However, this advantage is outclassed by a number of 
consequences. Your regions are large: Tribus Sakae (Campus Sakae) and Media 
(Arsakia), you will have troubles moving troops, controling rebels blocking 
trades and your road sucks because it cannot be improved.

  2.2) Surroundings

Even though your faction is at the end of the map and only contains three 
settlements at the beginning, your regions spread so large that you have many 
neighbours to keep an eye on. To the west, the Armenia with same fashion of 
missile cavalry and the big Seleucid empire who historically pull the strings 
behind your Kings. To the south as you might expand later, the Egytps, your 
biggest obstacles in the path of world-conquering. To the north, the Scythian 
barbarians with strong missile attacks also. Therefore, the pressure on you 
when playing Parthia is almost as high as playing the Seleucid Empire.

  2.3) Military

If you might have checked Parthian units in Custom battle mode or online 
playing etc. You find that Parthia has a lousy selection of infantry. The 
backbone of Parthian army is horse archers and persian cavalry along with
 super heavy cavalry Cataphracts

     B.3.1) Parthian units
     Below are your avaiable units to recruit in settlements:
     -Peasant: Other than transfer citizen use, you do not have much other
     purposes to buy them. Low morale
     -Eastern Infantry: Your town watches with low morale
     -Hillmen: I dont know what they are for but I bet some of  you do (normal
     -Slingers: Last resorts for siege resisting (normal morale)
     -Archer: Your forttress when resisting a siege (normal  morale)
     -Horse archer: Archer-ranged mounted units, powerful skirmiser (way more 
     useful than the lousy Pontic Cavalry with range and ammunition 
     superiority) with normal morale and "fast moving" but very bad at hand 
     to hand combat unlike their javelin colleagues
     -Persian Cavalry: Fight just like horse archer but have higher stats, 
     more importantly high melee attack factor which enable them to fight as 
     light cavalry should the need arise. Also they do not have fast moving 
     trait but good morale in combination with melee combat capability make 
     them the best cavalry in the world. In addition to that, the training 
     time is 1 turn so massing them is just easy and effective like Roman 
     Note: If some of you may not know, holding alt to order charge home for
     melee combat when the enemy status is "pursuing" will give you charge 
     advantage and your enemy will not have it since they pursue you not 
     -Cataphracts: Super heavy cavalry armoured from head to toe, dedicated 
     to charging assaults. Good morale.
     -Cataphract Camels: Super heavy camel riders who are also armoured to the
     teeth! The effect against horse is hard to see if you do not pay 
     attention because you only use them against infantries. Cavalry units 
     fighting against camel will rout more quickly. 

     Note: The fatal weakness of Parthian mounted units is that they do not 
     wear shields, therefore being locked up in close quarter fights means 
     a lot of disadvantages for you.

     -War elephant: This war machine can be deployed to increase your fire 
     power in combination with persian cavalry or they can be intimidating 
     tankers so that you  can take time to arrange some mischiefs with your 
     cavalries. However, unlike cataphract elephants, you can only recruit 
     them at regions where elephants are avaiable.

     -Onager: Some of you may have fun times with these pigs but I have long
     given up on them. Wooden wall sieges then sure.
     2.3.2) Hirelings
     If you play other factions which have a good collection of infantry, you
     find little use for mercenaries apart from holding settlements. Sometimes
     you also need melee calvary mercenaries to back up in combat at the early
     game when you have nothing but horse archers.
     Below are the hirelings that I would recommend you. (Others which I do 
     not mention are not the right types to serve in Parthia army)
     -Eastern Mercenaries: This units is best when need someone to watch the 
     town and you have no barracks while your main force have to mobilize 
     immediately. (poor morale)

     -Arab Calvary: Mounted unit with normal morale and fast moving traits can
     effectively head bump cavalries who pursue your horse archers.

     -Bedouin Archer: extra fire power is always welcome and keeping them near
     the pursuing cavalries can cause them flee the moment they get past your 
     rank.(normal morale)
     -Bedouin Warrior: The best unit for you to counter the annoying desert 
     cavalry.(normal morale)
     -Cretan archer: The mercenary I love most in the game. Unlike Egypts, 
     barbarians and Romans, Greek factions and easter factions do not have 
     long ranged missilers, putting them in disadvantages when exchanging fire
     Cretan archer has the golden trait of long range missile. You know that
     you have to recruit them every chance you see them. The only problem is
     that they are poorly armoured (they die quickly if the enemy returns 
     fire) and they run out of ammunitions faster than regular archers.

     -Thracian mercenaries: What you need when assaulting walls. (normal 
     morale) well capturing towers and gates to be precise
     -Bastarnae mercenaries: same as thracian ones but they have good morale.
     Good for wall assault

     -Scythian mercenaries: same as horse archer, give you more fire power.
     -Sarmatian mercenaries: Good morale heavy cavalry who can perform in 
     place of your cataphracts for a while.

     -War elephant mercenaries: Same as Parthian war elephants.

     Note: Mercenary experiences upon hiring varies from region to region.
     For example: you get 3 exp hoplite mercenaries in sparta region but 
     less exp in others. 
     Caution: over use of mercenaries may result in addictions which might 
     impact your gaming experience and performance !!.

3 - Building Parthian Empire

3.1: Survival

Your start is almost the same as the Seleucid Empire except that you do not 
have the greedy Egyptians at your door step so you do not have too much early 
military pressure on you but you are POOR and your settlements suck. 

3.1.1) Diplomacy

No Egypt at your doorsteps yet... for a number of turns that is. Well, around
you are Schythian, Armenian and Seleucid empire. Every turn you have to check 
the diplomacy to see if any war is approaching you. At the very beginning, 
send diplomats to Schythia and Seleucid to make alliances. You need to 
approach the Scythians before the Thracians do. If the Thracian gets their 
alliance with Scythian, prepare for a heroic defense of Campus Sakae and an 
invasion from the north. However the Scythian controls a small number of 
settlements with big region so they have their own hard time controling their 
own settlements, therefore the chances of Scythians going to war with you is 
pretty slim and they normally accept your allience proposal. Same goes for 
Seleucid Empire, they have no choice but to ally with you to prevent threats 
from behind because they are locked in battles with Egyptians.

One remaining threat is the Armenian. The chances that they will ally with you
for a several turns is 50/50. If they have an early ambition of crushing you, 
they will turn you down immediately and you know that you have to prepare 
yourself . Later event will trigger to decide how hard it will be for you when
all factions (Pontus, Greek, Armenia and Egypt) gang up on Seleucid Empire and
this event is unavoidable. 

Well, my point here is that Parthia has a tricky beginning that many players 
find it impossible to carry on. Diplomacy is all but everything you have to 
ensure that you can survive until you get decent resources and army to push 
forward. For example: If Pontus is at war with Armenia, you know that you are 
safe so that you can focus on growing your faction and put military on the low

3.1.2) Economy

Push your tax rates to max. Population of your regions will not grow fast 
enough even if you set tax rate low. In addition to that, the bad road system 
also hinders your population growth even further. 
If you dont believe me, you can try and see that Arsakia can never reach 
12,000 population even with Crop Rotation and low tax.

Here is my hint for your start: Focus on income generating and public order 
constructions in campus sakae once you get alliance with Scythian. Scan your 
trade route between Susa and Arsakia to make sure no rebel blocks it and if 
there are any, bribe them, do not kill them because part of them are archers 
who are currently valuable for now because your time and condition do not let 
you afford an archery range yet. There are also rebel horse archer for extra 
fire power and rebel peasants ready to accelerate your settelements' growth. 

First impression you get when playing Parthian campaing at very hard 
difficulty is that everything sucks including tax rate and your surroundings.
You can be crushed like an egg or die in poverty. However, later on, you will 
see that Parthia can push the maximum income of a settlement to 8,000+ 

Among 3 starting settlements, Campus Sakae is a pain for you because it is so
far from capital. Any attempt you make on increasing tax seriously hurts 
public order and the population does not grow either. 

Depending on the alliance with the Scythians, you can keep recruiting peasants
from Campus Sakae to ship them to Arsakia to accelerate the growth to 6000 
population to be able to recruit persian cavalry, your world conquering unit. 

A large number of your settlements at the start are inland. Therefore, minor 
city is the ideal growing objective then you can stop the population growth by
any mean you know to stabilize incomes. Keep that in mind if you capture any 
portless settlements. The bad road system is also your advantage in stopping 
population growth.

3.1.2) Expansion

With a good starting economy, you can expand in any pattern that you want. 
This is my suggested starting expanding pattern.

Phrasspa ===> Dumatha ===> Bostra ===> Jerusalem ===> Sidon 
===> Antioch ===> Tarsus ===> Damascus ===> Palmyra ===>Palmyra ===> Salamis
===> Artaxarta ===> Kotais ===> Hatra ===> Sinope ===> Petra ===> Memphis ===>
Alexandria ===> Thebes

If the Armenia picks on you at the beginning, take them out first then focus 
on Egypt. You may wonder what I am talking about. Well, simply put this is the
order of the settlements that you should capture which is more relaxing 
because most of your time is contributed to economic expansion in your heart 
land and you always have your denarii with you to hire, bribe, recruit any 
large army. After conquering the whole Asian Minor region and Egypt region,
you can choose your ways to reach Rome.

You can choose the middle patch which is the best plan which you will invade 
Greece mainland, where has already been conquered by Roman Brutii. Or you can 
go South and reach Italy through Africa and fight off the roaming Roman Scipii
Or you can even go North, finish off the rotting Scythians, crush the Thracian
remnants and strike from the north via Julii territories. There you can also 
capture the settlement Themiskyra of top north (make the amazon warriors your 
slaves ^^)I took all three routes at once to storm the whole Roman empire. 

3.2: Divide and Conquer 

3.2.1) The road to Rome.

On the North, your alliance with the Scythians should be stable 
because they have a lot of internal problems with their... people. However you 
should not capture Campus Alanni because that settlement is hopeless as it 
only gives you -1,000 income as the population grows. Capture it later if you 
want to expand north or just to add it to your collection.

Returning to the start. Once you have captured Dumatha of Arabia region, you
should start garrisoning your units there and wait for your chances. The 
Egyptians will not pay you a visit after a couple of turns because they are 
locked up with The Seleucid empire and Numidia but they will later. Watch them
closely, move your army near Bostra and capture it whenever it is left 
vulnerable. Since your army are all mounted so the positioning to get there in
one turn then get a group of eastern hirelings to use ram is not hard. 
Eventually, the Egyptians having you striking their flanks and Seleucid 
keeping them occupied up front will be weakened and die off by your hand. 

Note: I strongly suggest you finish Egypt as early as you can but consider 
letting them take Antioch and Tarsus first because this will cripple the 
Seleucid empire, they will not be able to have great army to fight you later.
Parthians find Egyptian hardest to beat. If you resort to attacking Seleucid 
and Armenia first then you will be facing both Pontus and Egypt. Pontus will 
not be a problem. I tried this and even though I won, that took too much 
efforts and my economy became really unstable since what I could really get 
from the Seleucid empire leftovers (Seleucia and Hatra ??? what is the point?)  

Defense of Dumatha against Egypt can be tricky but you can do it thanks to the
high mercenaries spawning rate Anyway, You can wait for Persian cavalries to 
be available from Susa so that you can perform a better hit on Egypt. Once you
capture all Egypt, the remaining enemies are Armenia and Pontus waiting for 
you to come and kill them Having Tarsus, Antioch as military bases you can do 
a 2 way push via Tarsus and Kotais. The Asia Minor will fall into your hand 

Normally, the peasant will revolt in campus Alanni and kick the scythian army 
out. You can just come and kick the slaves' asses to get the settlement 
without declaring war to Scythia but that is the end for them. If you prefer 
challenges you can start conquering northern regions. 

Basically, Egypt is the only considerable obstacle on your path to glory. 
After Egypt and Pontus you will find other factions very relaxing and you 
would probably be bored before you could take Rome because all you get in 
battles is running scarecrows. I will discuss why in battle styles section.

Note: The Romans will require you a lot of patient and efforts too because by
the time you expand to them, they had already had Marian reform. And a lot of
cities to recruit units to harass your cities.

3.2.2) Bribery

Parthia is a good faction with good wealth generating system. Logical savings
always let you have a sufficient amount of denarii to buy an overwhelmingly 
strong army thus bail you out of a harsh situation. 

When fighting Egypt, whenever you see too many desert cavalry units and bowmen
bribe them right away or they will be giving you a hard time. 

From the start, you rely heavily on rebels. They are cheap to bribe. Send your
diplomats to every corner to instantly buy multiple units in 1 turn.

3.2.3) Subterfuge

For a small faction with a lot of potential threats like Parthia, intelligence
is vital. With a lot of spies standing around, you do not have to prepare many
units in a settlement which might not be attacked at all. 

The main characteristic of Estern regions is that they are mostly big. A spy 
network not only show your enemy movement on your territory but also the 
rebels who can be converted into your force.

What I love most about spies is that they screw up enemies' settlements' 
public order. The more subterfuge skill the worse he can screw up a settlement
And the second best thing I love about spies is that they can find each other.

Most of the time you wonder why a settlement has too much unrest though it has
been peace for like 30 turns. Check out for spies.

Note: Parthia can build law enforcement building which grant the retinue of 
Torturer to commanders so that they have more chance of detecting spies than 
other factions which cannot buy law enforcement building.

Assasins are valuable too when there are good generals that cannot be bribed 
and you cannot waste your time finding them because you are on a long drill to
capture enemy settlemet. Although the chances are slim but once you could get 
rid of that general, you can bribe the whole army cheaply if you do not want
casualties knowing that even a bigger army is waiting for you.

Besides, even if the Scythians refuse your alliance proposal, you could send
your spies into Campus Alanni to screw up public order thus locking them up in
their own city.

3.3: Management tips

Being an estern country with a far east capital. The further you expand to the
West, the more capital distance petalty you get for public order. Consider 
making Cities in Asia minor region capital so that your capital can be in the
map center thus balance the public orders of rich cities in Greece mainland.
Do not worry about the easter cities as the population will not grow. Adjust
your tax to keep the people from rioting and minimize loss or maximize profit.

Huge cities are the cities that you cannot completely eliminate cultural
penalties because they have already had another culture's final administration
buildings, the buildings and houses inside those city can never be converted 
into your culture. As population grows, public order will decrease termly at
a rapid rate. When you feel it cannot be helped anymore, let them revolt,
slaughter them to reset public orders.

4 - Parthian battle styles and tips

If you think you are good at cavalry, play Parthia and you will be punching 
your keyboard until it breaks. Having cavalry charging enemies while your 
infantry holds them off is just a very simple tactic.

NOTE: If you are used to Rome or Spearmen style you may find high speed 
cavalry warfare frustrating because all of your units routs in a blink of eye. 
When you play early campaign with just horse archers, do your keyboard a favor
be civil and replay if you lose.

CAUTION: Parthia has almost no infantry and this faction's infantries suck, do
not bother with them or they will just hurt your cavalries' morale.

First of all, I would like to mention that you should have some micro skill 
because the speed of cavalry battle is pretty high. Plus, good timing is 
needed sometimes as you have to give an decisive blow to get rid of enemy's 
main forces.

The basic concept of horse archers and Persian cavalry is keep firing at the 
enemy from a long range, lower their number so the cataphracts can charge in.

Return to my complaints about the Egyptian army. In fairy fight (excluding 
tower luring) the Egypt normally has 2 chariot archers unit at flank backed by
melee chariot. Still they are not that hard to beat. What I am talking about 
are the desert cavalry and bowmen. As cavalry, these desert guy have 160 per 
group with fast moving trait and even effective against amour (high melee 
attack factor)even cataphracts have no hope when fighting close quarter with 
them. About the bowmen they have an insane number of 240 per group. There was 
cases which a bowmen unit wiped out half of my horse archers in just 2 blows 
I had loose formation on too 

Normally if enemy has ranged unit, I would use my horse archers  persian 
cavalry to focus fire on them but fire exchange with egypt is not recommended.
No matter how many times you try you will be out gunned and the desert cavalry 
will slaughter your units too. 

So... What would you do ? 

given the condition which you have 10 horse archers units and 2 arab cavalries
2 bedouin warriors and 2 bedouin archers. And the enemy has 4 units of bowmen 
with a horde of infantry and chariot archers and desert cavalry securing both 
flanks. Of course you have no hope for a frontal charge and you would be 
slaughtered by fire exchange.

My answer is that you still use fire exchange but you focus on the flanks 
where chariot archers are located. The chariot archer may look nice themselves
However 3 soldiers are on one chariot, chariot archer can be outgunned by any 
ranged units. In addition, once the battle is commenced, they have a nasty 
habit of going out far from their main force, making themselves very 
vulnerable. Once we have finished the chariot archers. Go to:

4.1) Diversion tactics

There are two way to pull this off:
-Pure horse archer or persian cavalry with other troops' support
-Horse archer or persian cavalry in co-operation with cataphracts.

First choice is that you surround you enemies with ranged cavalries and shoot 
from all directions. Normally the enemies cannot chase all of your cavalry 
units because their cavalry units are limited too. If they chase you they 
cannot catch the horse archer and slaughtered by supporting melee cavalries 
or coup de grace by the persians themselves.

The purpose of this diversion tactic is also to stretch out the enemy 
formation to make them thinner so that the cataphracts or melee cavalries can 
finish by a decisive frontal charge at the enemy center

Remember to turn of fire at will of the persian cavalries on the back of your 

This tactic works best against the multi layered formation of Roman legions 
and can spoil the enemies' plan of surrounding their archers in the hope of 
out firing you because you fire at them from all directions so their archers 
die very quickly.

Organise: Devide your army into 4 diversions with 3 horse archer/persian 
cavalry each then cover the enemies' flanks and back then start by aiming at 
their archers first.

I do not know how they really called it but historically this was used in 
battle of Carrhae. Best used against especially Greeks.

4.2) Battering Ram tactics

At battle deployment, make your cataphracts into a single column formations 
and point straight to enemies' center. You can form as many columns as 
possible but can you con trol all of them? ^^;; This tactic is specialised for
fighting an enemy army with single line formation of infantry, cavalry at 
flank and mass archers on their back. Still work against phalanxs but some of 
your units will rout and the failure rate is high. Your Ram's flank will be 
supported by persian cavalry or cataphract camel to disrupt enemies' cavalry.

NOTE: You can target different units but they must be near each other, not 
just only one. Just follow the formula two cataphract units for one enemy unit

Make sure there is a good gap between your cataphract units. Once the initial 
charge is over, make the unit at front run over the enemy line and head for 
enemies' archer behind. Either they keep distance or join the fight it does 
not matter because the cataphract can just run over it. You have to make gap 
between cataphract units in order to give the unit behind a clear path for 
charging so that it will reach 100% expected power and you have some time to 
move your previous unit over the line. Make sure their ranged units does not 
have a chance to shoot their arrows or javelins.

The enemy will surely flood to the ram points to fight you. Stop ramming 
when you see it too crowded because your ram will not get through. When you 
notice the enemy units are marching to the ram point you made, use the 
remaining force and the units that got through your enemies' line to charge 
them from flank and behind. Infantries are more likely to rout when they get 
flanked while marching and their flank protectors are under attack.

If the initial charge fails and no enemy infantry rout, you still succeed in 
running through the line and slaughter all of their ranged units. You could 
either reform the ram and do it again or switch to mimi diversion tactic. Note
that if you have more than 2 units ran through enemies' line, you could form 
more than 1 ram and ram multiple points from both sides.

This tactic works in uphill combat condition and needs a lot of micro but can 
still break the whole enemy army at once even with just 12 units of 8 
cataphracts and 4 persian cavalries.

Tested vs Greek armoured hoplite (enemy had full slots) though I used a bit of
diversion tactic at the first but it still is pretty much a success.

4.3) Close quarter tactics

Unless you have war elephants, never try this stunt with your cataphracts 
because you will be wasting your troops. I have been thinking over about this 
tactics. People who are more used to infantry-cavalry co-operation will most 
likely use this because they need some tanks in order to control cavalry well.

Simply make the elephant units charge. Wait til enemy surround your elephant,
charge with cataphracts. While your enemy infantry busy surrounding your 
precious elephants, send your persian cavalry units to chase the archers so 
that they cannot use flame arrow to poke your beasts running amok.

This tactics does not require cataphract. Persian cavalry can do the damage
dealing well by melee combat 

CAUTION: Parthian units are best deployed on open ground. These tactics are 
limited in Jungle combat or Urban combat. If the enemy hide in the forest 
or most of the battle field is the forest, consider withdrawing. In term of 
siege, wait for enemy reinforcement to come then fight on open ground. When 
you are under siege, sally right the next turn before they could finish any 
siege equipment. Pull all units out of the settlement to have to open field 
advantage. Have archer units cover your way out.

E - Credits

Thanks to:
Activision for the game for giving me EditPadLite link and accepting the guide
The part of my life I have wasted for this game
You who may read this
Neighbour FAQs for the basic layouts of a FAQ

F - Legal
This guide is under completion. Therefore there is no guarantee to your 
personal safety when using :)
You may post this FAQ on other public website but no editing is allowed

G - Contact

If you feel like helping me completing this FAQ or find any mistake or need 
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